Long Island Schools Boss Got Slimmer on Tax Dollars

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The Roslyn, Long Island, school district, which prosecutors say has been victimized by financial mismanagement, fraud and theft, got something for the $56,645 it paid to Dr. Steven Lamm over a decade: a thinner superintendent. The district made regular payments to Dr. Lamm, a medical doctor who said he treated Frank A. Tassone, the superintendent
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